Published, Performed, Presented
Susan Bernofsky (LITERATURE) is continuing her work on Robert Walser and has received fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities and National Endowment for the Arts for 2008–09. She also received the Lannan Foundation Residency Award.
In March, Chester Biscardi (MUSIC) saw the premier performance of “Recognition” by Camerata Notturna in New York. In April, the Orchestra of St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble performed his 2004 piece, “Piano Quintet,” at the Chelsea Art Museum. His 1986 “Piano Sonata” was recorded in February and featured on the CD Powerhouse Pianists (American Modern Recordings).1
Bella Brodzki (LITERATURE) served as a visiting English studies professor at the Université de Montpellier in France during the spring semester. At the Université de Lausanne in Switzerland, she presented “The Dynamic Role of Translation in Comparative Literary Studies.”
Drew Cressman (BIOLOGY) co-authored an article for the Journal of Biological Chemistry titled “Mitogen-activated Protein Kinase ERK1/2 Regulates the Class II Transactivator.” Lilien Voong ’07, Allison Slater ’07, and Sebila Kratovac ’05 assisted with the research.
In April, Charlotte Doyle (PSYCHOLOGY) participated in a Sarah Lawrence panel about late psychology faculty member Rudolph Arnheim with her presentation, “Arnheim and the Creative Process: Insights from the Creation of Guernica.”